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New Mexico is full of wonderful landscapes, Hispanic and Native American culture, and archaeological places to explore. Historic Petroglyph National Monument has a lot to explore for history lovers such as, volcanic features, petroglyphs, and ridges. Albuquerque is another incredible place to dwell in as you can experience hot air balloon ride to explore the beauty of New Mexico. Moreover, balloon museum will leave you mesmerized with an amazing history of balloons from their first ride ever. White sand desert has stunning white sand dunes with its trail for boardwalk. Taos Pueblo is a marvelous place to get a knowledge about Puebloan people through their buildings. International UFO museum, alien hysteria and Roswell are a must to visit during your tour to New Mexico. The Carlsbad Caverns of Chihuahuan desert have gigantic hundred caves to discover along with desert itself. Furthermore, Capulin Volcano offers a magnificent setting for sightseeing volcano activity.
Today the well shaded, seven acre Zoo is home to 90 different species, nearly 300 animals. Visitors enjoy playful otters, colorful birds, endangered wolves, and are entertained by the antics of a variety of monkeys. The Zoo also offers travelers a shaded picnic area and playground on seven
The Albuquerque Biological Park consists of the: Albuquerque Aquarium, Rio Grande Botanic Garden, Rio Grande Zoo and Tingley Beach. Albuquerque Aquarium - Highlights include an eel tunnel, seahorses, luminous jellies and a 285,000 gallon ocean tank where brown, sandtiger, blacktip and nurs
Cliff's Amusement Park has it all when it comes to summer fun. Thrill Rides - Ready to rock-n-roll like never before? Cliff's is home to some of the wildest thrill rides ever, including the Rock-O-Plane! Spin over water in the Yo-Yo and ride the rocky seas aboard the Sea Dragon! For the ev
The Museum has eight permanent exhibit halls that take visitors on a journey through time we refer to as "Timetracks" providing snapshots of New Mexico from the formation of the universe to the present day. The Museum provides educational experiences and promotes scientific inquiry through
Rising from the heart of the Tularosa Basin is one of the world's great natural wonders - the glistening white sands of New Mexico. Here, great wave-like dunes of gypsum sand have engulfed 275 square miles of desert and created the world's largest gypsum dune field. White Sands National Mo